NIC is no longer making available copies of any previous versions of Thinking for a Change.
Training in corrections
Thinking for a ChangeThinking for a Change: Integrated Cognitive Behavior Change Program Thinking for a Change 3.1: The Complete Facilitator Package
This user-friendly tool kit is provides a mechanism for the user to work with curriculum designers on curriculum as it is being developed.
This DACUM profile describes the competencies expected of a Correctional Trainer.
Crisis Intervention Teams: A Frontline Response to Mental Illness in Corrections [Lesson Plans and Participant's Manual]
These resources will allow groups to work together to develop and implement a crisis intervention team (CIT) are presented.
Issues surrounding stress in a correctional setting, like the effects, sources, and symptoms of stress, burnout, and coping strategies, are covered during this 6.5 hour course.
Greening Corrections: People, Programs, and Practices [Satellite/Internet Broadcast held July 14, 2010]
This program will increase environmental awareness and focus attention on the need for more energy and resource efficient facilities.
Crisis Intervention Teams: An Effective Response to Mental Illness in Corrections [Satellite/Internet Broadcast]
This video covers the use Crisis Intervention Teams (CITs) to manage individuals suffering mental illness in custody and under supervision.
This DVD contains NIC videos, DOJ proposed standards, an NIC e-course and dozens of resources to help you learn about PREA.
Innovative Reentry Strategies: The Emerging Role of Correctional Industries [Satellite/Internet Broadcast held October 7, 2009]
This program focuses on presenting new reentry strategies and highlight specific programs around the country that reflect best practices.
Corrections Budgets in Free Fall: Finding Opportunities in Turbulent Times [Satellite/Internet Broadcast held on April 15, 2009]
This 3-hour program provides an overview of opportunities that can help correctional organizations stay afloat in the current environment.